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  • Search underway after 2 human bones found in southeastern Arizona forest

    A Cochise County sheriff spokeswoman said there's no indication "at this time" that the two bones are linked to the 1980 disappearance of a Chiricahua National Monument ranger.
  • Man accused of terrorist ties arrested for immigration fraud in Tucson

    The man, believed by police to be a member of al-Shabab, a Somali militant group, was arrested with his wife on accusations of immigration fraud, according to the Department of Justice.
  • US 95 is reopened south of Quartzsite due to flowing runoff

    A section of U.S. 95 in western Arizona was closed Saturday morning because of storm runoff flowing through washes across the north-south highway.
  • Power outage at Talking Stick Resort in Scottsdale displaces hundreds

    Nearly 900 people were evacuated from Talking Stick Resort and Casino early Saturday morning due to a power outage. The outage was caused by the monsoon storm on Friday night and led to flooding damage on the first floor of the building.
  • Home repair scams on the rise as monsoon storms hit Arizona

    With the monsoon season in full swing, Arizona residents not only need to be aware of what's happening up above, but also who's knocking on your door.
  • Babbo Italian Eatery set to open ninth Valley location

    Locally-based Babbo Italian Eatery announced its plans for its ninth Phoenix location for early 2019 on Thursday. The company opened its first store in Glendale in 2002.
  • Amber Alert canceled after Lake Havasu girl found

    An Amber Alert has been canceled for a one-year-old Lake Havasu girl after authorities located her Friday night. The suspect is in custody.
  • New Mexico judge wants rape suspect extradited from Arizona

    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – A New Mexico judge is asking Arizona authorities to extradite a Native American activist who was arrested on rape and other charges. The Santa Fe New Mexican reports that a judge ordered authorities to bring 41-year-old Redwolf Pope back from Phoenix. Pope was charged in July and has denied accusations that he […]
  • Suspect arrested after man found dead in Phoenix barbershop

    The suspect, whose name has not been released, shot and killed 26 year-old Anthony Navarro at a barbershop located in the area of 3000 W. McDowell Road at approximately 5:12 p.m. on Thursday.
  • Arizona governor hopeful David Garcia finds ex-staffer’s tweets ‘disturbing’

    Arizona Democratic gubernatorial candidate David Garcia's digital director resigned Friday after tweets using anti-law enforcement, anti-Arizona and anti-America verbiage were unearthed from the staffer's social media account.
  • Display featuring work from foster children debuts at Phoenix Art Museum

    The exhibit is the result of the partnership between Free Arts for Abused Children of Arizona, the Phoenix Art Museum and Phoenix-based teaching artist Shelly Love.
  • Sandwich shop Even Stevens shutters five Arizona locations

    Sandwich shop Even Stevens shuttered five Arizona locations this week, and its signature donation program has been suspended.
  • Former Sheriff Joe Arpaio wants a rematch with Sasha Baron Cohen

    Republican U.S. Senate hopeful Joe Arpaio called his appearance on Sasha Baron Cohen’s Showtime program "a bad mistake" but said he'd like to sit down with the comedian again.
  • Report: GOP leader asks President Trump to endorse Martha McSally

    A national political website reported Friday that a top Senate Republican asked President Donald Trump to endorse Rep. Martha McSally in Arizona’s GOP Senate primary.
  • Sprouts set to open central Phoenix store with giveaways Aug. 22

    Valley-based Sprouts Farmers Market will open doors in central Phoenix later this month, its fifth grand opening in the state this year.